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tallest skil said:foggyhill said:They're all out except her private email, say so the state dept.
Seriously, get help for whatever ails you. No one with an ounce of honesty or knowledge about the topic at hand could say this.despite months of going after the Clinton foundation which actually helps 11M people, nobody has got anything (and they're rated A).
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chasm said:The part of the report that claims Apple will put ARM-based, customized silicon in future portable and desktop Macs is something of a no-brainer. As Daniel points out, the speculative part that Apple will soon drop Intel is (allow me to use the technical term) cuckoo bananas. These ARM chips are secondary and supplemental in nature, not doing the heavy lifting, and that’s a great role for them. I could certainly imagine a MacBook (not Pro) someday running on a “A15” chip in a few years as the primary processor, sure ... it and the MBA are light-duty machines. But not In the pro and desktop line, at least in the foreseeable future.
tryd said:Note to Tim: Remember to not trust one word of what Trump says. He will change his mind and accuse you of lying if you quote what he said just 10 minutes ago.
aknabi said:Bummer... but not surprised given the new Apple power users (Kardashians and Chinese fashonistas) have no need for this sort of capability... they need true innovation like more rose gold devices and blingy accessories...
mac_128 said:What point is buying any BT headphones without the W1 chip at this point? Especially if it's the same price or more than the yet to materialize AirPods, Beats X or PowerBeats3 (which doesn't deliver until Nov. 14-21), or the Beats Solo3.
And it has a micro USB charging cable, which is even more inconvenient for an iPhone 7 customer, like the Solo3, and PowerBeats3 are also despite having a W1 chip.
This is hardly a smooth transition away from the headphone jack.